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Old 05-10-2008, 01:33 PM   #1
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Default Orange bitters

Anyone that has a good and maybe a bit different recipe for making orange bitters?
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The recipe that Gary Regan used before his current offering is:

http://www.ardentspirits.com/ardents...%20recipe.html

It should be good, although I don't know how different it might be.
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This is a good recipe, i havenґt tried it because i need to find the cinchona bark. For the moment i only have some wormwood.
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Glad you liked it. Isn't cinchona bark the source of quinine?
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Glad you liked it. Isn't cinchona bark the source of quinine?
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Quinine was extracted from the bark of the South American cinchona tree and was isolated and named in 1817.

The medicinally active bark, which is stripped from the tree, dried and powdered, includes other alkaloids that are closely related to quinine but react differently in treating malaria. As a medicinal herb, cinchona bark is also known as Jesuit's bark or Peruvian bark.
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